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Something Wicked: 560+ Horror Classics, Macabre Tales & Supernatural Mysteries

The Call of Cthulhu, Frankenstein, Dracula, The Murders in the Rue Morgue, Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde…

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'Something Wicked: 560+ Horror Classics, Macabre Tales & Supernatural Mysteries' presents an unparalleled compilation, intricately weaving the profound themes of human fear, supernatural intrigue, and psychological complexity. This anthology spans a broad spectrum of literary styles, from the gothic allure of 19th-century narratives to the eerie ambiguity of modern psychological horror, showcasing the evolution of the genre within its rich historical tapestry. Standout pieces, imbued with the macabre and the uncanny, demonstrate the shifting boundaries and the expansive nature of horror and suspense literature, inviting readers into worlds both terrifyingly familiar and startlingly unknown. The authors featured in this collection represent a venerable who's who of literary prowess. From the psychological depth of Henry James to the cosmic horror of H.P. Lovecraft, and from the pioneering science fiction-horror hybrids of H.G. Wells to the dark romanticism of Edgar Allan Poe, each contributor brings a unique voice that collectively celebrates and expands the horror genre. Echoing through their narratives are the varied echoes of literary movements—from Romanticism to Modernism—each adding layers of depth to the exploration of fear and the supernatural. 'Something Wicked' is an essential tome for both aficionados and newcomers to the horror genre. Readers are presented with the rare opportunity to explore a multitude of perspectives and stylistic approaches, all within the confines of a single volume. This collection not only serves as an educational journey through the history and development of horror and supernatural literature but also fosters an engaging dialogue between the masterful works of its authors. Immerse yourself in this meticulous curation of fear, which promises to both enlighten and terrify.
Guy de MaupassantJane AustenOscar WildeEdgar Allan PoeEmily BrontëElizabeth GaskellCharlotte BrontëMark TwainArthur Conan DoyleDaniel DefoeRobert Louis StevensonBram StokerHenry JamesH. P. LovecraftJohn BuchanJohn Kendrick BangsAmbrose BierceEdith NesbitLucy Maud MontgomeryNathaniel HawthorneRobert E. HowardRudyard KiplingWashington IrvingCharles DickensJack LondonMary ShelleyWilliam Makepeace ThackerayAnatole FranceThomas HardyMary Elizabeth BraddonLouisa M. AlcottHorace WalpoleFrederick MarryatWilkie CollinsAnn RadcliffeJerome K. JeromeHarriet Beecher StoweWilliam Hope HodgsonDavid LindsayH. G. WellsNikolai GogolWilhelm HauffE. T. A. HoffmannM. R. JamesE. F. BensonFrancis Marion CrawfordEdward Bulwer-LyttonAdelbert von ChamissoW. W. JacobsThéophile GautierSakiSabine Baring-GouldJoseph Sheridan Le FanuArthur MachenCharlotte Perkins GilmanFergus HumeStanley G. WeinbaumEdward BellamyLeonid AndreyevAmelia B. EdwardsEllis Parker ButlerGrant AllenJohn Meade FalknerLouis TracyFrank R. StocktonThomas de QuinceyRichard MarshWalter HubbellWilliam T. SteadFiona MacleodHugh WalpoleLafcadio HearnRalph Adams CramJames Malcolm RymerRobert W. ChambersWilliam F. HarveyMatthew Gregory LewisMarie Belloc LowndesVincent O'sullivanM. P. ShielCleveland MoffettFlorence MarryatVilliers l'Isle de AdamWilliam ArcherKatherine RickfordLeopold KompertA. T. Quiller-CouchGambier BoltonAndrew Jackson DavisNizidaWalter F. PrinceChester Bailey FernandoBrander MatthewsLeonard KipBithia Mary CrokerCatherine L. PirkisRichard Le GallienneHelena BlavatskyPliny the YoungerPedro De AlarçonThomas Peckett PrestH. H. MunroCatherine CroweWilliam Thomas BeckfordGeorge W. M. ReynoldsÉmile ErckmannFitz-James O'BrienAlexandre ChatrianMary Louisa MolesworthMary E. Wilkins FreemanWilliam Polidori